A decision about this week's college football game between Navy and Air Force in Annapolis will be made Thursday after "a legal review" is completed on how the game will be funded and staffed during the government shutdown, a U.S. Department of Defense senior official said Wednesday.
As they enter the 61st and final year of their partnership, Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference are like a newly divorced couple that is forced by circumstances to continue to live together and makes a halfhearted pledge to remain friends.
As Maryland prepares for its 2014 entry into the Big Ten — a potent conference boasting football stadiums with nearly twice the capacity of Maryland's — the state's flagship university needs to grow its fan base, its athletic fundraising and its imprint on the region.
Johns Hopkins on Saturday announced a $4.5 billion fundraising goal — among the largest in the country — for the university and health system at a dinner attended by roughly 500 alumni, donors, staff and students.
About 17 people from Harford County were listed as runners in Monday's Boston Marathon, and while those contacted by The Aegis were not among the more than 180 injured and three killed in the dual bomb blasts near the finish line, they all have stories of the chaos and fear that took over what has traditionally been a celebration of athleticism and personal triumph.
Logan Aronhalt didn¿t pay attention to what was going on during Senior Night last season at Albany. A fourth-year junior, the 6-3 shooting guard was injured and not thinking much beyond trying to get back on the court for his senior year.
Woodbridge Crossing resident Elizabeth Ness is the newly-elected president of the University of Maryland School of Nursing Alumni Council. She brings more than 30 years of nursing experience to her new position, including six years in management and 18 years in clinical oncology trials research.
The University of Maryland's planned departure from the Atlantic Coast Conference has raised questions about the league's long-term survival, a sobering prospect for fans who grew up on games between the Terps and their Tobacco Road rivals.
Robert James Cotter, a Johns Hopkins scientist and professor whose work in mass spectrometry has contributed to discoveries in health and science, died last Monday of heart failure at his home at HarborView in Baltimore
Wisconsin last week became the latest to offer Abdul-Malik Abu , who also holds offers from Maryland, Michigan State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Iowa State, Kansas State, Penn State, Providence, Rutgers and West Virginia, among others.
The Semper Fidelis Football Program, a joint venture between the U.S. Marine Corps and Junior Rank Sports provides expert football instruction, while reinforcing the Marines' values of honor, courage and commitment.
A phone call from Tom Brattan wasn't entirely unexpected. After all, Tad Shields expected his star defensive back, Jacquille Veii, to impress the Maryland assistant during the Terps' summer football camp last week.
All that mattered to Mike Williams, a lineman from Archbishop Spalding, and DeAndre Lane, a record-setting running back from Catonsville, was that their hometown school selected them to be part of a potentially unprecedented turnaround built on local players.
Conservative by nature when it comes to scholarships, Mark Turgeon wasted no time in offering one to sophomore Kaleb Joseph of Cushing Academy (Mass.). And while Joseph wasn¿t a nationally touted blue-chipper at the time, it appears Maryland's early evaluation of him may have been spot on.